Big cities, even in ‘developing’ countries, provide the expected.Â But as they say, good things come in small packages, and in the case of travel, it often proves to be … Continue reading
After almost 6 weeks, we finally gathered our wits about us and left San Cris behind.
San Cristobal de las Casas is not Cancun or any other flashy place you may … Continue reading
Having a big yard and plentiful rains, daily, regularly, mercilessly keeping things wet and green results in a) surprisingly clean car; b) perpetually wet feet; and c) children knee deep … Continue reading
When we started I never would have thought that we would last this long. Never in my deeply and wonderfully disturbed dreams did I see myself taking a picture of … Continue reading
Welcome to our home for the next month.
Here is how it all happened – learn how experienced travelers make such important decisions. Or how not to do it.
We arrived in … Continue reading
Xochimilco – a quintessential tourist trap, in which a non-mexican will likely get lost in and pay dearly for each and every step around it.Â It is crowdy, loud and … Continue reading
The Spanish discovered silver here. They needed a town. Guanajuato was born.
There was lots of silver through these mountains and the place was prosperous. The colonialists had lots of money … Continue reading
After a month of doing this:
randomly mixed in with a bit of this:
and on really lazy days a bit of this:
it is fair to say…. I was well and truly … Continue reading
I have fallen victim of Mexico’beach lifestyle. Help!
No! Stay away!
Get your clean hands off of me!
If you want to stay pass over the tacos and beer!
Mexico does have some pretty … Continue reading
Mexico, country number fifty something.
After a surprisingly smooth border crossing/car importing, spending a night in a city in the middle of vast parched spaces covered in no less than gazillions … Continue reading